Strategizing in a Less-Active Remittance Market

The remittance market in Cameroon, since June 2016, has seldom seen new activities carried out by operators. This period of silence follows the pic remittance season, characterized by public holidays and religious events as well as International Days, which saw operators adopt both Push strategies (launch raffle draws and drop transfer fees) and Pull strategies (offer special promotions and offer diversified services via partnerships) to boost profits, maintain market shares, keep new current clients and win-over new ones. 




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